June 11, 2019

Accelerate your research by consulting with experts on computing tools and resources

Two Computer Scientists Choose Between Printed Circuit Boards

Take advantage of expert advice and consulting services to choose the best research computing options along with specialized support. Find out how cloud computing, data science tools, and high performance computing can advance your research.

May 15, 2019

Find out about UW research using cloud computing, supercomputing at May 23 talks

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Sign up for lightning talks featuring students using data science and compute power resources in their research, from 3:30–4:30 p.m. in the Data Science Studio on the sixth floor of the Physics/Astronomy Tower. Sponsored by the student Research Computing Club, the talks will cover a range of fields, including astronomy, mechanical engineering, biochemistry, and civil…

April 9, 2019

Deciphering the early evolution of the universe with cloud computing

Ruby Bryne demos the technology she developed to help optimize a telescope half a world aways

Radio astronomy Ph.D. candidate Ruby Byrne is working to shed light on the cosmic dawn by optimizing a telescope half-a-world-away. She’s leveraging her membership in the Research Computing Club for cloud computing credits to do her research. Learning more about the early evolution of the universe could help us better understand dark matter, star and…

March 5, 2019

Deep Learning Institute held at eScience Institute

Instructor teaches the Deep Learning Institute in front of people seated in a classroom

A full-day workshop on Feb. 22, 2019, introduced UW students, faculty and staff to the basics of machine learning, an approach to Artificial Intelligence, and how to apply deep learning techniques to a range of computer vision tasks. While machine learning uses algorithms that parse and learn data inputs, deep learning structures layers of algorithms…

January 29, 2019

Leveraging technology for a better University

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Learn how the UW continues to invest in information technology to advance the work of students, faculty and staff, and how IT in being used in innovative ways across the University to enhance teaching, learning, collaboration and discovery. Find out about key IT initiatives planned for 2019. Read the latest UW-IT Partnerships 2018 series.

January 17, 2019

Join technologists on Jan. 24 for presentation on machine learning and research

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Learn how machine learning is being applied to research at the on Thursday, Jan. 24 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in the UW Tower, floor 22, the Ravenna room, or join virtually on Zoom. The presentation, which is open to UW students, faculty and staff, is part of the Community of Practice made up of…

January 10, 2019

Top tech tips for students

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We’ve got the tech just for you. Watch this video and learn the top 10 technology tips that can help you succeed at the UW.

November 15, 2018

Grad student uses AWS cloud computing to track shipments for capstone project, lands job

Map global logistics partnership connection and wireless communication network, abstract image of internet of things

Anya Chaliotis, a graduate of the master’s degree program in information management, used Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing to deliver a supply chain solution for a global logistics company in her capstone project. Find out how the experience landed her a job.

November 12, 2018

The internet of the ocean deepens our understanding of the ocean’s mysteries

Deep-sea octopus

Learn how scientists are unraveling the ocean’s mysteries with a sea of never-before-available data, and using research computing and data science tools to deepen our understanding of our planet’s life support system. They’re partnering with UW-IT and the UW’s eScience Institute for the expertise they need to accelerate their work.

October 22, 2018

eSignatures now supports human subjects consent forms

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Research consent forms for human subjects can now be signed online with the UW’s eSignatures service, offered at no cost to UW departments. Read how the Human Subjects Division worked with UW-IT to expand the service.

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